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"meltzer" Discussed on The John Roa Show
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"meltzer" Discussed on The John Roa Show
"And there we go. David Meltzer what an incredible conversation I was really as I said earlier, just kind of taken by his story by his candor in by his lessons. He's an enlightened man and and that's what you see oftentimes for somebody who's dealt with adversity in that much rollercoaster to their to their life path and and I love everything he had to say. So how'd you feel about to now same way I was really inspired actually after finish listening I had a burst of energy and I've just spent an exonerate mood all day I know sounds really cheesy but it has a lot to do in mostly all to do with the interview that you guys had. I just found the the place of abundance that he works from in his transformation to be totally mining and. Really powerful to here. So I'm a bit and I I know that sounds ridiculous. Well, you said you went and signed up for his class right after you listen to it already enrolled in his weekly trade. With multiple world, that's you can just hear how much at P. C. is and how much worse he's done in the way you to. Talk and it was really cool to hear how much you guys have in common and crazy, right? Yeah. This has happened. Multiple Times is when so many guests where it's like like Jordan Harbinger who will have on in a couple weeks here we already did the interview I've known Jordan for a while a friend during interview I realized we're both from Detroit our dad both worked in automotive is all these commonalities like what the Hell Hell I never know this, and so it's funny to find these common grounds with these gusts and and I definitely felt that with David Yeah you can tell how much she's learned from as well and all the ways that he simplified. The way he's a ferocious Buddha, the way he's now just taking inventory of his values and what does he want to do with his not the why but the what is what kept stressing and he's lost over one hundred, million dollars in paper but he's gained a new perspective, a new goal that's actually more fulfilling for him so. He's a ton of work. To talk freely about that much loss. It's not easy and. I've never experienced that kind of lost but I've thought about experiencing insofar as that I've been in situations where I have seen how bad could happen like I was my company had the business failed out ended up bankrupt and that is a tough thing to think about domes sure had happened even tougher to make that into a lesson and into a new kind of life for yourself and and what's funny is that You've heard me harp on this quite a bit. I am not a motivational speaker self-help life coach. Kinda. Guy. I. Think most of it's Bullshit I. Think most of it is kind of faux confidence that they instill in people and I think that a lot of people do it in. It's so of profit that they need you to feel great in the moment in then. Nothing happens there's change in your life..
"meltzer" Discussed on The John Roa Show
"Up Good Morning Guys John Roma here. Welcome to the John a show journal. Draper is joining me on zoom again which I do not like but how regional? And doing good I don't mind it being on. Zan I. Mean I'll see you next week. Bye. Anymore I'm growing out of it I'm tired of it. I want to be back in person the one thing I am okay with not shaking hands anymore. I don't know if you're a handshake. Discussing, I've always found it a little bit gross in. So like this New Light kind of fist-bump movement actually perfectly. Okay with but Zuma I'm GONNA rage against. So regardless of that, we have an awesome episode today with David Meltzer in David was introduced to me pretty recently and I hadn't heard his name but looking him up, he has an incredible biography and I was blown away by his story so. Lee Steinberg from Steinberg Sports and entertainment. Is Jerry Maguire this is the biggest sports agency that we've all heard about and watch the movie about. And David was the CEO of this agency and he goes on to. At one point own a golf course to own part of a ski resort like printing money killing it. And you'll hear his explanation, but he ends up going bankrupt during the financial crisis about a dozen years ago. And it changed him a lot as a person and so. I'm excited for you to hear this Chanel. It's an incredible conversation that has a lot of lessons, a lot of realness and coming from a person. Now, who is not the kind of person I'd automatically gravitate to self help motivational speaker kind of vibe but man I just taken by this guy, and I'm so excited. Now happen in my world we're going. To do some other podcasts live streams together on his instagram and a couple of weeks here so he's clearly gonna be somebody who's kind of in my new business purview and it's a really fun conversation. So the only other news that I have for you and this is not news at all. We talked about all the time. My book comes out tomorrow. The net crazy three years in the making it is finally here in. So if everyone who's listening if you have any interest in buying the book, I would really appreciate hearing the feedback. I can't wait to hear people that are reading it. Think it is called a practical way to get rich in die trying it'll be all booksellers tomorrow, which is so crazy and cool. So. With that Danila will be back with you a couple minutes after the chat with David to discuss it..
Santa Carolina Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Review
"This. Is Dave cheap wine fighter dot. com. Another one. Another day. Wants from Moscow again, and it's a crazy cheap price for. Really Nice one. Let me grab the bottle so I get the name, right? Santa Carolina. Reserva? Cabinet sobbing young from Chicago States in Jakarta Valley in Chile. And, the vintages twenty eight. And it's a really really Nice Cabernet. Chilean cabinet China for me splits the difference between Bordeaux and. California has got the good right fruit of California. And its sleek and lean like Gordo and you put them together. Good. And this is a seven. Forty nine set wine. I wasn't the Internet and it's it's not an expensive wine anywhere, but it's ten to thirteen dollars elsewhere. Seven fifty for cloudy Capita Sauvignon is really crazy. Because Cabernet Sauvignon, a wine that you expect. Good. Barrel slavery. Now I don't think this one had any oak barrels. There are other ways to get the oak flavoring in. They I think they said in the tasting Meltzer had contact with. And contact with. Isn't necessarily hope bureau? But whatever they did it works it tastes really really. Really Drinks. Baba's price tag. I'm going to take a separate now. This is. No issues really good tasting very well made. Cabernet Sauvignon it's sleek. It's leaning tasty. Got A great. No the Scott got kind of a little bit of a complicated Flavor profile it's not. It's not like the hugely expensive one where there's layers but the applications. And Yeah I mean Santa Carolina. Has Been Around for one hundred, forty, five years. They know what they're doing and they were one of the video wineries it got destroyed in that two, thousand, ten earthquake. I don't recall that in Chile and they had to rebuild and they did by twenty twelve. And they took the time to invigorate wiring everything else I think last year they were delaying winery the year. So you know from the. From the ashes comes, Victorino. Deals. Another SIP. Tastes grape does not tastes like a seven fifty one again. You. Expect a certain amount of flavoring and improper. Cabernet Sauvignon. We read plans and stuff. You know that's that's open to interpretation but Cabernet. People expect a very specific thing. This delivers. And that's really nice and it's got good grades estate vineyards. They have many states from two states. And expensive winds. Estate Vineyards. Means exclusive. This just means that they had control the grapes. which is a good thing because year after year they're working with those grapes they know. What to do in good years bad years great years anything else they have experienced. So. This is a really good wine The NAME ONE MORE TIME FROM COSCO Senate Carolina's. Valley. Reserve a Cabernet Sauvignon twenty eight, hundred eighteen. I, read that James Suckling, who is the premier wine? Critic right now Robert. Parker junior is a retired nowadays, he was the king for years and. James ducklings take over that role. He gave the white ninety three points I mean. Supposedly. That's what they said on the on websites. I. Didn't actually hear it for him. Ninety three points for seven dollars ninety nine cents Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile. Is Crazy. Good. So there you go. I liked it tastes great. It just drinks well above its price tag if you like, Cabernet you WANNA everyday why it's hard to beat this one.
"Welcome to kiss myths and Mystery Syam, your host Kit crump today, the Bohemian Grove and a little bit about secret societies. Perhaps, you belong to a club some time in your life maybe the girl Scouts or cub scouts I was a cub scout many clubs have rules and regulations that go no further than the halls were the members gather like the elks however organizations like the PTA Parent Teacher Association can affect schools, school districts therefore students the reach and impact of. These organizations are limited and generally they're intent is not secret records of meetings of the scouts, elks in the PTA and many other clubs are available to the public. But there are many secret societies out there Yale's skull and bones founded in eighteen thirty two and has had both bushes Teddy Roosevelt and his cousin Franklin as members but a complete list of members is difficult to acquire and the intent of the club impossible to know Dan there is the barbarian aluminum. An lighten era secret society founded may first seventeen seventy, six. The BILDERBERG group is so secret that is considered by many to be a shadow world most secret societies, clubs and organizations so far flung with headquarters in different cities around the world. But the Bohemian Grove is located on two thousand, seven hundred privately owned acres located in Monte Rio California and established eighteen seventy two security at the grove is year round ex-military hired to keep out the curious high end equipment including thermal night vision cameras, and motion detectors are used. As. Part of the sophisticated detection and alarm system, they have ceremonies with strange names like the yearly cremation of care ceremony. It was revealed by a California judge during a discrimination suit brought against that grow by the California Department of Fair Employment and housing over the club's refusal to hire women when the judge that issued decision in favor of the club's practice of not hiring women stated the club members urinated in the open and that hiring women would alter the members behavior odd ceremonies and members strange conduct aside members like those. Of Yale are rich and powerful pictures of President Reagan and Nixon indicate they were members. Also, the Grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning Meeting this took place there in September of Nineteen, forty two, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb those attending this meeting include Ernest, Lawrence j Robert, Altman Heimer, the s one executive committee heads such as presidents of Harvard Yale and Princeton along with representatives of standard, oil general, electric as well as various military officials. All members at the time oppenheimer was not an s one member. Although Lawrence, an open heimer hosted the meetings grow members take particular pride in this of and often relate the story to new attendees. However, other behavior at this famous campground has led to numerous claims and even some parody in popular culture. One such documented example was former president Richard Nixon's comments on May Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-one recording the Bohemian Grove which I attended from time to time. It is the most Fag God damn thing you could ever imagine now that's a quote from Richard, Nixon was recorded may thirteen nine, hundred, seventy one. Author, Brad Meltzer hosted a program for the history channel. It was called history coded. He hosted a team of three and during one episode sent to to infiltrate the Hebron. Grove. With the disastrous result, they were all arrested.
Stone tools suggest earlier human presence in North America
"Coming up I, though he's been looking into some stone tools, new muddling analyses suggest humans may have lived in the Americas thousands of years earlier. The many people bolts. Now the of when humans first arrived in the Americas is a hot debate for archaeologists. Well, it's actually a long debated topic as well. This is an issue that arose in the Americas in the eighteen seventies. This is David Meltzer an archeologist who investigates when humans arrived the Americas. Of the past hundred years, or so since archaeologists have gone back and forth on when this might have happened. More recently, thanks to additional archaeological, Ngoma evidence research, his off, starting to converge, go window from when humans first stepped foot on the America's. What we have coming out of archaeology is a number of sites that are sort of in the fifteen thousand years ago range. And so that gives us a minimum age. We know the people were here by that date the ancient. Is pointing to a split. Between Northeast Asian populations and those groups that would come into the Americas happening around Oh twenty, three twenty four thousand years ago, and that kind of gives us a maximum age so somewhere between that twenty, three, twenty four and fifteen is probably the window within which we got people leaving Northeast Asia crossing the Land Bridge and coming into the Americas within this window for many archaeologists. Archaeologists is most likely. The people entered the America's around sixteen thousand years ago. This is due to the prevailing well-established archaeological evidence, which is also backed up by climatic conditions before this time between sixteen thousand and twenty thousand years ago, it would have been difficult for humans to migrate across the Land Bridge from Asia Ju to the presence of giant bowls of ice in North America. This was a time period within the last ice age known as the last glacial maximum or L. GM. If you get to Alaska during the last glacial maximum your in a cola SAC, and so you've got basically two massive ice sheets better blocking your way out, but this week in nature there are two papers that pushed the date of human arrival back thousands of years before sixteen thousand years ago. One has examined the cave deep in the desert Mexico known as cheeky to the oldest dates. We have our somewhere around thirty thousand years ago. This is sipping our delion, the lead archaeologist examining the cave. Hundred years ago would push back human arrival to well before the last glacial maximum when blocked entry into North America. There were some clues that that cave have something. In those layers belonging to the GM that seemed to suggest humans and I was very skeptical, bought Chiquita Cave. If you go deeper and deeper into excavations without stopping when you hit. The Marker. Of the fourteen thousand orbiting thousand, you may get lucky. You may get into something that's been invisible for quite a while with evidence of human during the last glacial maximum, Ciprian was encouraged to look beyond the SPIRA and dig deeper to older sediments. By taking. SCIPION found an array of unusual stone tools that he thinks made by people that inhabited the cave. flaked stone tools made a very peculiar material, which is re crystallized green limestone. So they searched for this particular kinds of stone around the cave, and they consistently picked the Greens variety and used it to to make very good. Looking artifacts that are already shaped, so it's not the typical flint or obsidian. He would find many places during the Now this isn't the first evidence suggested that humans have been in the Americas this early. That oversights weather have been claims of human occupation born twenty thousand years ago, but these are being disputed by some archaeologists. Also there are comparatively few sites of this age in the US or Canada so far. If, we seem that people initially crossed into Alaska across the lumberjack known as Berangere, and then migrated south would expect to find more traces of them. Well. That's where the second paper in nature this week comes in is offered by one of the researchers who's been investigating Cheeky Wheaty Loretta Devia so we were looking at archaeological and colonel metric, so that's essentially radiocarbon dates, luminescence dates from forty two archaeological sides from north, America and Brinda by collecting and analyzing Archaeological Evidence News Associated Dates Loretta, and her co author were able to build a model of human dispersal as populations found out from Alaska across North America. Whilst? This model doesn't find new dates for out of fax. It uses known dice to suggest when people would have I reached the different sites across North America. We were able to see that. Humans were present in North America before during and after the. Maximum, but that human expansion didn't actually occur until later during a period of abrupt sort of global warming, this only did the populations were low during the last glacial maximum, and then rapidly expanded once things go warmer is also backed up by scipion archaeological evidence from the cave in Mexico as soon as you reach the layers in the deposits of the case that day to about. Eighteen, sixteen thousand you the number forty facts just. triplicated number scipion also things this could help explain what was so little evidence of humans during before the last glacial maximum. It's almost impossible to find them I. mean you have such a huge chunk of our planet with just a few footsteps on it? That's that's how I looked like I mean you can barely coli to. populated, continent, but do these papers roll back the daytime when humans were present in the Americas. Well. It may be too early to tell for David. Meltzer you heard from earlier. It wasn't involved in this research. When it comes to the cave, he thinks of a still questions be asked about the tools that were found based on radiocarbon dates that they have I think the radiocarbon dates look awfully solid. It appears as though this technology lasted for minimally according to the dates around sixteen thousand years with a stone tool tradition bat, long lasting one would expect it to have been far more widespread in the region instead of being localized to this this one cave David. Perhaps archaeologist just haven't found stone tools like this. Unless could account for why they don't appear to be widespread. He did have questions as well regarding wind don't to change over the sixteen thousand year period. They were found. The him is quite strange. CIPRIAN however argues the. Maybe that isn't so unusual. If you look at other places in the world during the Ice Age, the stone technologies did the remain the same for many thousands of years without significant changes. So that's what happens that she reach. It behaves more like stone tool industries in the old world where they remain unchanged for thousands of years for the second. Paper David Vote, but Laurynas analysis was sound. He did have some questions regarding some the sites that were included in the analysis. In some cases, these sites themselves, the data is highly ambiguous, so you've got a well dated site, but the artifacts or the indications of a human presence may just be shattered, bone or cut mark bone, and those of us that do field work that deal with this kind of thing know that there are a lot of natural processes that can mimic human actions on bone or stone, the debate surrounding when humans first came to the Americas is far from solved this newspapers at evidence to it been many ways. They raise a lot of questions as well. Perhaps though they will inspire archaeologist to dig deeper to find the first Americans at the moment subject to change if you look at the converging genomic and archaeological evidence, it looks as though people are coming in soon after the less maximum. So Sixteen fifteen and a half thousand years ago. Could they have been there earlier? Absolutely? But if you're going to make the argument, it's going to require you know well laid out case. That was David Meltzer. From Southern Methodist University in the US you also heard from Cipriani Audet Leeann from the University of Texas in Mexico and Lorena, Sarah Devia from the University of Oxford here in the UK and the University of New South, Wales in Australia, we'll put a link to the papers. Discussed in the show notes
Army soldier charged with plotting ambush attack on his unit
"A U. S. soldier is accused of helping to plan a deadly ambush on his own army units federal prosecutors say he was motivated by hate according to court documents twenty two year old even Meltzer an army private plotted to help a white supremacist group set up a deadly ambush of U. S. troops overseas L. for allegedly gave a neo **** group called order of nine angels sensitive information about his own units location strength and weapons in a tweet the acting U. S. attorney in New York called him the enemy within the ambush was allegedly intended to produce mass casualties including
Army soldier charged with plotting ambush attack on his unit
"A U. S. soldier accused of helping to plan a deadly ambush on his own army unit federal prosecutors say he was motivated by hate according to court documents twenty two year old even Meltzer an army private plotted to help a white supremacist group set up a deadly ambush of U. S. troops overseas
US Army soldier charged in plot to ambush his unit overseas
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the new top federal prosecutor in Manhattan announces her first case since the weekend's up evil acting U. S. attorney Audrey Strauss the new top federal prosecutor in Manhattan on Monday announced the arrest of a U. S. army private charged with plotting the ambush of his unit in Turkey by extremists the soldier private Ethan Meltzer of Louisville Kentucky allegedly plotted to provide details about his unit's location in Turkey and security arrangements to the occult based neo **** extremist group order of the nine angles Strauss became acting head of the Manhattan federal prosecutors office after Geoffrey S. Berman resigned Saturday Attorney General William Barr told Berman he wanted Berman out and so did president Donald Trump hi Mike Rossio
US Army soldier charged in plot to ambush his unit overseas
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting a U. S. army soldier is charged in a plot to ambushes United overseas a US army private has been arrested and charged with plotting an ambush of his unit in Turkey by extremist private even Meltzer of Louisville Kentucky was arrested June tenth acting U. S. attorney Audrey Strauss the new top federal prosecutor in Manhattan says Meltzer tried to work within a cult based neo **** and racially motivated violent extremist group known as the order of the nine angles are all nine eight the criminal complaint says Meltzer communicated his unit size and dissipated travel routes in Turkey and other information to someone he believed was working with the group to carry out a mass casualty attack hi Mike Rossio
"meltzer" Discussed on Blue Economy Podcast
"Hey everyone. Before we get into the episode of got a quick disclaimer recorded this interview a few months ago. Before the COVID nineteen public health crisis turned everything upside down back then we're still recording in our studio. And we sat down with Steve Meltzer, the founder and owner of fearless fish, which isn't independent specialty fish market located on the west side of Providence Rhode Island. So you won't hear from today about how the coronavirus impacted his business, or about the effect that the pandemic is happening on the fishing industry as a whole, but honestly think that's okay. Okay, thanks for listening. Let's get into it. Welcome to the Blue Commie podcast presented by Rhode Island the ocean state. I'm your host David Hirschmann on this podcast were diving deep into everything that's happening in the world's growing ocean economy and on this episode. We're talking about fish. Our guest is Stu, meltzer founder and owner, fearless fish market, a small market located on the west side of Providence. Stu began his fishmonger in career more than a decade ago working at a number of seafood, wholesalers, distributors and markets in Chicago Cambridge, Boston, and now providence. He and his wife opened up the fearless fish market just over a year ago, and this isn't something. Say about a of fish markets, but it's quickly established itself as hip. It's on instagram specializes in carrying trendy species of seafood, and it's all in on the Emerging Sita table philosophy freshness. All of that is certainly interesting, but of course our conversation went well beyond stews. Individual business fishing has been a successful profitable commercial industry for literally centuries, and we wanted to touch on what this very old industry looks like in Twenty First Century Environment. What are the challenges that the that the industry is facing climate driven technology driven or otherwise these days? What does the supply chain look like? And how are trends like? See Table impacting it and most importantly house the industry getting along with the other business models popping up in.
"meltzer" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Conversation with creative vibrant guests with projects you should know about. Today's guest is not only a fine friend but he's become the first repeating guess not once but twice and with good reason. He's a New York Times bestselling author many times over and of two history channel. Tv shows one is called decoded lost. History we're talking about Brad Meltzer. The latest book is a must for Abraham Lincoln fans or anyone who enjoys a historic thriller. That'll keep your reading late into the night. Brad has teamed UP WITH CO author. Josh Mench to bring us the Lincoln conspiracy the secret plot to kill America's sixteenth president and why it failed. This has nothing to do with Ford's theatre or John Wilkes booth. Are you interested? WanNa know more. I.
"meltzer" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Meltzer is like binging a show on Netflix. And a really good show on Netflix. Because at the end of the episode there is always something compelling that says I gotTA WATCH THIS NEXT ONE. That is the end of every meltzer chapter is like. Oh my God I cannot stop you the worst thing to read at night because it's the best thing to read at night and then it's the worst thing because like I'm just GonNa read a chapter before I go to bed and the next thing you know well chapters hundred pages. Because I can't stop because I literally cannot go to sleep not knowing what's happening next but were stuck in our houses. We have whole weekends where we're sitting there going. What do I do? You've watched all the crap you WANNA watch. I'm saying right now. Go get the Lincoln Conspiracy. You will thank us for then you'll dive back in if you haven't been through all along Mothers and Fathers Day coming so that alone you can get to read it and then give it away it is. It is a Meltzer book. You do secret societies better than anybody because this society is the craziest secret society because it's led by a civil war barbour which has the best mustache court. And then he does. He's like in this fancy hotel. You go in the basement of the hotel. They have secret code words. You'll see and you give the right co- words this Barbie Hotel you about his secret plot to kill Abraham Lincoln. And you're just like you can't wait to watch this racist stupid more on be taken down and it's just amazing to watch it all fall apart. I think you should forever because of the amount of research you do for every book the and it's amazing because we've seen we've been with you as you've sort of gone through the process of research. Your research is so extensive. You could probably do a documentary about this Barbara. Like do a whole like hour. Long documentary about this dude and the society and what it is because you do so much and it's amazing how you all this research and then it comes out in just like the coat that the guys wearing you know what I mean. The thing the thing that's really fun. Listen it's also a time. Where America's deeply divided. We hate each other half. The country thinks the other half is a bunch of total utter morons and we despised like. Does it sound familiar to you? This is this relevant Abraham Lincoln at the end of his presidency. But this is him. Has He started and he scared and he's nervous. He loses the inaugural address. He goes to visit his dad's father's grave before he leaves Washington. Dc to be sworn in and when they tell him he's one you'll appreciate. He is playing literally handball on the back of the building. When they're telling me is one and you get to see Abraham Lincoln be a person he's an actual human being scared in like he's convinced for sure you'll see the dream sequence in there that he has that he's going to die. Walk is an office. And he's absolutely running calls shot early. It's amazing in the same way. That Lin Manuel Miranda so beautifully brought history and made it relevant and made it palatable for today in the way that like you're placed in that moment and you feel like in a context that yeah that's what a Meltzer book will do to you is L. Lincoln conspiracy will again at the end. Get it. Let's jump into another story while we've got you here okay to it We're bringing it up right now. Okay here we go This is the story of somebody who should have never been in the situation to begin with and then how they reacted and what we all. Think of by Lenny at 'EM LEONARD. Eight all right Leonard. Part eight comes with From CNN DOT com. That I got was from the Palm Beach Post. All right a surprise company outing already and surprise. We're going on a company outing like I'm good To An airbase caused a sixty four year old Frenchman so much stress that he flung himself from a fighter jet in mid air. Now we covered this story. We talked about but I'm excited to see. What have we talked about this story on our daily podcast? This is insane. There's so many bad. That is already disappointed that he's French and not. Floridian the Florida part of France which. I don't even know what that would be or the French part of Florida causing so much stress. He hung himself from a fighter jet in mid air you had grabbing the ejector button in a panic and tumbling through the skies above France before landing in a field. You should not be able to grab the ejector button that easily right. So why can you grab an injector button yet? No I'm assuming that it was down by his hand yet. There's got to be like a thing. You have to flip over pushing. You don't grab it. He's like I'm just going to put more air on right here. Like what like he's yelling. He's yelling to the pilot like the guy was probably like grab that Red Button and hold on red. Bud Yeah God it. Just it's poor Grad the orange button you you grab the red color buttons ran colorblind. That's what you need to. You need to cover that before the periwinkle but no not the light blue..
Looking Through the Disparate Responses to COVID-19 in the US
"Want to begin putting this response to the virus in the context of what we've already talked about on the portal in particular the disc or distributed idea suppression complex introduced. An episode. Eighteen appears to be in full swing. So how do we know that this is happening? Well twitter and this is just as an example has now refined their terms of service to broaden their definition of harm itself to address in their words and I quote content that goes directly against guidance from authoritative sources of global and local public health information rather than reports. We will enforce this in close coordination with trusted partners including public health authorities and governments and continue to use and consult with information from those sources when reviewing content. Under this new guidance we will require people to remove tweets now of course the pandemic that sound sensible at least my ears in such a situation who wants marginal gadflies like I duNNo. Mike Serna the infamous Mench Small Bug Aka. Courtesy Arvind contradicting the mayor of New York City. Bill de Blasios or The Washington Post in time crying out for coordinated authoritative response. Well here's the awkward part many of the people who call this epidemic early incorrectly. Where the very marginal Internet personalities that the Legacy Media folks love to deride as trolls gadflies as for the mayor of New York City after certification mold buckhead correctly called for drastic action. Bill de Blasios wrote. I'm encouraging New Yorkers to go on with your lives in get out on the town despite coronavirus and that was an early March a sentiment that was echoed by the Washington Post that viewed concern over the virus as a kind of neurosis that had to be addressed. Psychologically in short the gated institutional narrative or Jin was not close to being the first to see. Cova is the giant threat requiring a planetary response. It was those outside the Jin that not only saw this early but proved that it was able early by many different individuals who generally seem to sit outside the institutional and respectable worlds. So just. Why was this well first of all? The portal has argued many times before that we have had an almost universally unworkable leadership class now in place for just under fifty years that it arose to disguise the end of the post war economic growth regime. This is a collection of people who have re factored the institutions that they've lead within our system specifically to evade the embedded growth obligations or egos. That were set in the previous era. And who rewarded each other? Generally for doing exactly the wrong things in terms of the public good with an end to mandatory retirement the same people have been promoted for borrowing against the future and playing games of Russian roulette with financial markets healthcare while self-dealing within the system that they were handed stewards for the generations to come serving a false god fake economic efficiency that reliably and deliberately fails to adequately incorporate actual economics like negative externalities von Neumann Morgenstern sub utility functions principal agent problems moral hazard etcetera etcetera are ubiquitous. Economists have hidden behind the mask of technocrats working for the public good while merely pretending to practice their own profession healthcare mandarins to regularly ignore the warnings. Coming out of their own literature. I mean heading over to Google scholar which readiness czar or hospital head could forget. Titles like mechanical ventilation in an airborne epidemic by Fula in two thousand and eight or preparing intensive care for the next pandemic influenza by Taylor Kane and Robert Fowler in two thousand nineteen. Were those back to back. Hits of Meltzer at all stockpiling ventilators for influenza pandemics and estimates of the demand for mechanical ventilation in the United States during an influenza pandemic in two thousand seventeen in two thousand fifteen respectively in short we got here not because we couldn't foresee this future in fact we extensively studied it. We got here because we decided to ignore the future that we knew was coming. The specific class of people that we had the helm of our institutions were constitutionally incapable of putting their foot down and asserting that we needed deeper reserves in order to handle what they called surge capacity. So do I know what's going on? I said during the section of our last episode still holds true this week my continuing discussions with a number of people. I respect deeply seems surprisingly inconclusive. To me even at this late date so my mind wanders to the second order question of why it would be so difficult to sketch straightforward narrative to guide us in fact Dr Peter at his most recent video evidence of some of this confusion where he shares that as a physician. He feels so spun around what he is hearing that even he is forced to think in political rather than medical or scientific terms to explain the situation to oversimplify slightly. There are three great risks with the CO virus. One of underreaction. One of overreaction. In one of inappropriate reaction the threatens an enormous body count from the virus severe respiratory and other damage to many of the recovered. The second threatens a worldwide depression which could well lead to armed clashes and even wars various sizes. The last leads to many of our efforts being wasted or even captured by profiteers at a time when we are demanded not too deeply question the coordinating authorities and oddly. We are being prepared to participate in both under and overreactions simultaneously. Just as many of us are worrying about allegations of financial assistance that are now valued in the trillions. I mean this is crazy at some level. No we are somehow discussing ill-conceived multi trillion dollar systems packages at the same time as we are being ready to go back to work while also hearing that. New York is now apocalyptic I mean that's pretty confusing. We are going to transfer vast amounts of wealth. So please know that everything will fine when you get back to work shortly. But in the meantime the borough of Queens is experiencing armageddon even by highschool dating standards. That's a lot of mixed and conflicting messages now. What could explain this odd state of affairs? I found myself compelled by very simple idea from his grip. I cannot easily escape. The ideas straightforward. What if our leadership is treating this as much as an accountability crisis as a medical one when it comes to their actions. I mean what if the issue over which we are being quarantined isn't actually the number of deaths trying to prevent but the type of deaths perhaps there is one special category of death then that our leaders are more afraid of than all others for reasons of accountability rather than simple loss of life in order to explore. This idea might help to make it somewhat. Concrete therefore imagine that you had drafted a blank tweets on twitter called New York Blue Death List for at least Myrlie well known accounts that you follow from New York state that eventually brought low by the Kovic virus and that initially has no other content. Of course it would start out blank but now imagine that every time one of these account owners dies of. Kovic you plan to add them to your soon to be growing list. That's pretty morbid. But Hey it's now. A pandemic after all oddly. These aren't even really the death that I'm talking about quite yet. Perhaps the first few are old people who have lived long and full lives but as your list begins to fill up there may come a first gruesome death it happened to vital younger person who desperately needed a ventilator or an ICU. Bed or a train MD or nurse to have a fighting chance. Let us call these triage death. If they result from a missing resource that could have and should have been stocked for just such emergencies. These losses are beginning to outline the class of death. That I believe me. Now be driving this difficult. Understand response from our political and medical leadership while deaths from the virus may be tragic. These specific triage deaths may be considered career ending deaths of accountability for medical scientific business and political leaders who specifically failed to heed warnings from the group studying our preparedness as such they may have mattered most in determining the shape of our current response as they are all death. The come from failing to implement copious previous work in identifying vulnerabilities meant to shape our disaster preparedness. These would be quite bad because they would involve people that we feel. We know but it could actually get much worse for our leaders than that if you were now to swap out the blue check requirement and exchange it instead for the most sympathetic person. You could imagine what happens when death swoops down on a young girl of eight named arena. Who needs a ventilator desperately but can't get one or perhaps the entire Gomez family is turned away from Queens Johar or made to wait for ICU. Beds that never materialized while there's still time to save three out of their four members. I mean what if it is these triage death which are actually closer to negligent homicide than mere viral losses. That are actually terrifying our leaders into Jakonen action rather than the total number of dead as they say. This hypothesis has the advantage of at least being consistent with the otherwise confusing and seemingly conflicting themes develop before burdens from our leaders who were caught having utterly failed in their mission to keep us prepared would have to be shifted onto our entire society as a whole think about it. The public would be asked for broad participation in something like flatten the curve and why to cover for the lack of the same. Icu beds masks. P P in ventilators that were called for in numerous academic papers over the last twenty years studying just such viral pandemic scenarios. I mean it's really quite close as the authorities now scramble at top speed to finally get the missing resources in place that should have been banked all along they would also simultaneously be preparing us to go back to work to risk regular viral rather than triage deaths. Just as soon as the shortfalls could be made up as there doesn't seem to be a highly credible plan to defeat the virus
Alexander Waske: Tour Coach and Academy Owner
"High Alexander Functions. Tennis podcast thank you great to have you on board are I. Came across of the Alexander Voskan Tennis University as I saw on bags around some tournaments. I saw some coaches walking around two bags. I'd never heard of it before and I was always curious so I went off and did some research and this was last year so I've been falling ever since I've posted some your videos. I have you on our academy our top academy lists so it's great to finally speak to you. Thanks for that like just going to your resume. So you've worked with some cray players to pass speed caregiver meltzer Haas Bryan Curtis and even. Now you're working with some great players on especially let's say on the juniors who working with Yoenis four Tek who won grand slams last year such a great junior strokes are amazing anytime we posted on functional tennis. It's really amazing on. You're also working with a couple of the players on the Belgium Davis Cup team lower still lower Bella Mons on. Yeah few more. You're doing you're busy not me. We are a team here. So it's it's not me. We're working together with a couple of professionals here. So tennis coaches fitness coaches therapists. It's always a team effort here. Tell me cut me. Where's IT based in Germany? We Are Approximately fifteen to twenty minutes from Frankfurt Airport which is in my opinion great location as the International Airport. Gets you anywhere in the world and mostly direct flights? So you're in the center of Europe with Germany and Frankford is the center of or the middle of Germany so it's easy for us too excess anything here in Europe and even long fights I mean everything or usually everything has direct so we save a lot of time. By by this and also frankfort spend my hometown. So I've been I grew up here. I know the area Illinois everything here. So that's why we here. It's great to be in such a central. He'll be juniors playing tennis Europe term and Sir. Itf Tournaments Futures Challenges could hope to be. There's so much going on in Europe and also for the flights as you mentioned but tell me about Your Academy your facility. How many courts you have. What's your setup like? They're always thought of two thousand and ten. I started very very tiny. We had one player and one coach We built this from scratch. We are here working at the Federation. We have four. Indoor rebound ace courts we outdoor rebound escorts and then outdoors. We have also a five day. Courts we have a gym. We have ten rooms to sleep For people that come in for a weekly base now. We have other options for our long-term customers that can save an hour to you house. That is a bit outside of the sites and Ben. We have other apartments as well so everything is basically here on site visit therapy and everything that we need. The restaurant So yeah it's it's not the largest site we can't compare this to the large European academies like more talk no and Ross. We look for very high quality on our courts I think which even that so far I think the small academy the Smaller Academy sorry not too big more look more commercially cutting small and seem to have a better more family atmosphere on something you mentioned. Is You like to build character in the players? You work which can you tell me what you mean by building character with your players. You know if you're getting young people in here. Having a lot of influence has left rights errands media friends other players and so on at the end of the day. I believe that's building a good character and I'm gonNA come back to. That will make them successful people. Nobody can guarantee professional career of them making millions of euros in stuff like this but if they are hot working if they are focused if the discipline if they work hard on reaching their goals if they take a setback if they take a loss get back up on their on their feet and try it again and again and again and again. This kind of character will succeed in life so I think that our number one priority or our number one job is to create personalities that will succeed in life and then they will always be happy that they've been here No matter hulk with a end up in Tennessee great. And how do you do you give me an example? So we set clear rules It's also a lot about talking to the kids making them understand why we do certain things and for ten years. I've been busting my Thoughts to get an atmosphere here where everybody works hard and all the kids that we have now and I'm really happy about this really into getting better so you can always spend your whole day playing computer games. You can spend your whole day going out at night drinking Blah Blah Blah or you generate an atmosphere where everybody works hard and if there's one kid that does work hard the other kids don't want to practice with him because it's it's also for their benefits for their practice so I think that we Getting there that the intensity here is very high that there's a clear plan of how they play and that they really spend time with their game. They're strokes and a half to write a journal of what they've learned throughout the day. They have to visualize nights what they've done and the next steps that are there. We make individual plans for them. We make individual schedules and at the end of the day. You also need to have time for for the if you have fifty players to take care of at the same time. It's a zoo. So our coaches have four to six players that they take care of and I don't think that they can do more so that they have enough time to to talk to the plan to also know what kind of personality they are and what. They're struggling with what they're all right. Now tell me if somebody if I want to apply to come to your Kademi what you look for players that send you emails to say they. WanNa come train with you. What we don't do is we don't sign any contracts through the Internet. We don't do that. We have to meet the player. Find out if it's a fits. We want to see if we really like working with that player and at the other on the other hand the player has to tell. I mean usually. It's the parents that also behind this The player has to say this is where I WANNA be. This is the best place in the world. I don't want to go anywhere else and we can find a way but I I want to very very clear and strong commitment for this and this place is not perfect for everybody. I mean this other academies out there that are doing a fantastic job and Certain personalities will like this here and other personalities will prefer something else through your right if you try and fit everybody in. I think you're structures all over the place. I agree if you WanNa make you happy. You're going to generate a mess. They're going to have strict rules. I mean we are German so if you come one second late for practice your practice is over. It's it just doesn't happen you run for today. Yeah we also worked very early in the morning at seven thirty. We organized in structure. As Germs. Do Things and this is a strength. We are probably the worst dancers and other countries. Show us. How the Party will we? We're good at other things one of my best friends. Fabian is a chairman on definitely knows how to party. I didn't learn. Jeremy travelled a bit so definitely did a stint in the states. I think that's re- picked it up so you start early tomorrow to. What's a typical day so for your? Let's say for your teenagers. There's no real tip of the day because when you run a period as Asian you have weeks where you work really hard. And then you have weeks where you worked less and you regenerate more so we work up to ten sessions a week if the players practice full than they have a Monday and Tuesday where they have two sessions into fitness sessions on Wednesdays. They have Tennis session one session. Thursday Friday again to each Saturdays one tennis and Yoga. That's a tough week here but again we also have other weeks where we watched that the players are doing more mobility or region more stretching more. Physiotherapy it really depends on what's a but the week is planned for them. Take a lot of boxes there. The one thing I know. Is that the coaches care here. They really work hard. Some of them travel twenty to twenty five weeks a year with the players to tournaments. They really care. And that's what I really like Nobody here looks at the clock. All the time and says Lesson is op. I always say don't teach lessons. We coach players and different thing for me. So Time. Watching a bad characteristic. If two people are counting the time I know one player we feature quite a bit in the past two years is Yoenis four tech. He trains with you and he was world number one junior last year. One Grand Slams. How long has he been trained in? What you almost six years now. At that time we didn't really have a junior program and he was recommended to us and we had to look at him and I fell in love right away and I knew that this was probably the best hand eye coordination that I've ever seen in my life. So yeah just jump in there. Did you see the video with the wooden spoon? Yahoo hasn't I mean one of the most popular videos intenders. I would say so. You know what I'm GonNa send you a video just for you and you can post it on your side. Where he hits were the wooden stake now. Oh yes that is amazing. You can see on that. Looks like and then we have another junior now. Who's twelve and he was hitting really well with it and he did it with. Jonas and Jonas told me Alex I think the guy's better with a wooden stick me now because I haven't hit with it for a while so I think that was quite
How Do We Fall Asleep?
"On this podcast. You take questions from kids just like you all over the world and we find answers. We've heard from a lot of you who listen to podcast when you're winding down and getting ready for bed so it makes sense that a lot of you are inspired to send. Us questions about sleep. Flooded people toss and turn on the Risley when new getting into the deep sleep. You'll Buri somehow wakes you up but kicking and it feels like you're really hot. Why's that I don't want to get out of bed in the morning? And when it is nighttime I don't want to go. She read in this episode. We are answering your questions about sleep. Did you know there are doctors who focus specifically on helping kids sleep better? We found one of them at national Jewish health. That's a hospital in Colorado. My Name is Dr Lisa. Meltzer and I am a pediatric sleep psychologist. Which means I work with kids to help them sleep better. Do you feel like you sleep. Pretty well do you think. Oh Yea when the adults in your life tell you it's bedtime or do you struggle to get ready for bed and maybe even struggled to go to sleep or to stay asleep. Dr Meltzer says there are a few things that all of us can do to help us on the path to good sleep. Kids have a very consistent bedtime. Wake time so that means you go to bed about the same time every night. Wake up about the same time every morning. We recommend things like not having any screens in your bedroom. Having a bedroom. That's nice and cool and dark and a place that you like to sleep things like that that are very consistent. What we call sleep health. Let's jump right into some of our questions because we have a lot of kids who have sent us questions about sleep or we're going to start with the basics. Hi My name is and I live in South Orange New Jersey. I'm Steffan and my question is why do people need to sleep? Thank you I love your show similarly from Jordan in Vermont. Why do we really need to go to? Here's one from Maria and five years old and I come from Ottawa Ontario. And my question is why people need to sleep and we also got this from five year old aiden in McKinley Bill California. Why do have to sweep? 'cause I don't will you get and by the White Cornyn Swe We book. That sounds like a lovely way to fall asleep. Aiden so Dr Meltzer. Why do we need to sleep? These are great questions that scientists are spending a lot of time trying to better understand and we don't have one particular answer but we have a lot of different reasons that people think are important for why we sleep. The first one goes back to how humans have developed so there was a time when humans didn't live in houses but lived out in caves. Lived out in the wild and at night when they sleep they were inactive and that made them vulnerable so that predators. The big animals might come and attack them during the night. So you sleep to stay away from those animals that might come and harm in the middle of the night. In other words people were possibly safer tucked up in a cave or shelter sleeping through the night instead of being out and about in the dark when there were big animals with better eyesight also roaming around but being asleep doesn't mean your body shuts down completely. You can still be somewhat alert to danger when you're sleeping you do notice a little bit of the world around you. You can hear certain sounds and things like that and it same thing back in those times where you would want enough of a consciousness enough of awareness of what's going on around you to protect you from those Predator so we call that the evolution of why we sleep so another theory why we sleep is to conserve our energy. I mean we use a lot of energy during the day when you're running and you're playing when you sleep. These things changed the number of calories that you need reduce your temperature drops down your body is basically given a time to rest and relax. So that conserves your energy while you're sleeping and along those lines that allows your body to restore itself so again you're working your muscles all these types of things when you're awake and when you rest it allows them to heal sort of like when you get a cold at night it allows your immune system to fight off those bad germs to help you get better again really interesting one of the first things that happens when you fall asleep is growth hormone is released in growth hormone helps you grow so you literally grow in. Your sleep. So that's another reason. Why Sleep is important. I knew it. I knew I felt taller when I wake up in the morning. Okay maybe it doesn't work that way for adults but that's pretty cool isn't it? You grow while you're sleeping kind of make sleeps on more appealing more like something you might. WanNa do doesn't it? But it's not just your body that gets to rest and recover and rebuild from a busy day of running around. Your brain also need sleep to stay at peak performance. We know that children's brains develop in different ways as they get older so in very young children. The areas around language envision are the parts that are the most active during sleep. Because that's the part of you that's developing during the day and when you're in school aged the parts of your brain that start learning all the different things like math and reading those parts of your brain start to develop when you become a teenager the front part of your brain that helps you with decision making and keeping your mood. Nice calm. That's the part of your brain. That's most active during sleep. So your brain is also developing during sleep. Here's something else you might like to know. Sleep helps you remember what you've learned you take in information while you're awake but it sets in your brain while you're sleeping so if you're studying for say vocabulary test you. WanNa go to sleep after you've because it will help your brain remember. Those words in the morning same goes for all kinds of memories and other things. You might want to be able to repeat like that joke. Your friend told you that you can't wait to tell someone else. Hello My name is Shaun. I live in San Diego. My question is what is sleeping. Get rid of toxins in your brain. Why does sleeping get rid of toxins in the brain? It's a great question so again during the day. Our brain is really busy with everything that we have to do to help us get through the day but when we're sleeping our brain is less busy with all those activities so it has time basically to clean itself out and the toxins build up as we're active and doing all the things that we're doing so sleep gives a time for the brain to relax and sort of take care of itself. I like picturing little cleaners with brooms and stuff inside my brain going in and sweeping and scraping things off. That don't need to be there. That's perfect I mean. It really is a time. It's kind of like when you leave school overnight. They come in and they clean all the rooms and they get ready for the next day. It's the same kind of thing going on in your brain. We have some questions for you. Dr Meltzer about movement and Hello. My name is emily now from Brisbane Australia. Seven and my question is when you sleep. He'll but we're new getting into the deepest sleep your body somehow wakes you up but kicking in feels like you jump really hot what I want to know. So this is something called a hip nick jerk or asleep twitch hip nick jerk sleep twitch. I love that name. Do you ever have a hip. Nick Jerk happen to you. You're just falling asleep and then you feel like you're falling and your body twitches and it wakes you up if you watch babies. They do this all the time when they're falling asleep as you get older you tend to do it a little bit less and there's again multiple reasons why people think this happens. One of the reasons is that as you're falling asleep all of your muscles start to relax and your brain may think oh those muscles relaxing. They must be falling. And it kicks you awake and that causes you to jerk or jump high into the air. It could make maybe even scare you that feeling of
As the coronavirus epidemic grows, China prepares to cut tariffs
"We will begin with an update and the trade war with China which has perhaps begun the official cooling off period China's government announced that it will reduce tariffs on more than seventeen hundred US products these cuts will kick in a week from tomorrow and that's the same day American tariffs on some Chinese products are said to be reduced as well now there was a time when this would be just an incremental step in the phase one deal we might even noted in passing and get on to other things but context is key here as market place's Kimberly Adams reports this move comes as China is grappling with the continuing fallout from the corona virus the human cost of the outbreak is growing hundreds dead and tens of thousand sick when down John teaches economics at Iowa State University he says at the risk of that China's economy might not grow as fast this year has markets questioning whether the virus will specifically impact China's ability to implement the US China face one deal he said that's part of the reason China is reducing tariffs this dab brings some the certainty and shows China's willingness to continue on Kerry outs the promises in the face one deal the White House has expressed concern China might need to delay some parts of the deal like promised purchases of US agricultural products Joshua Meltzer is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution he says those purchases had people scratching their heads even before the virus outbreak effective later the deal requires Chanda double purchases and it's not clear how this is going to be done not just because there may not be enough market demand in China but also because U. S. farmers need to ramp up production Matt slaughter is dean of the tuck school of business at Dartmouth that depends on not just the investments they make in their seed and fertilizer all those things but the vagaries of the weather slaughter says whether China can stay on track with the phase one deal objectives will depend on just how bad the human and economic costs of the coronavirus turn out to be in Washington I'm Kimberly Adams for
China Will Cut Tariffs In Half On $75 Billion Of U.S. Products
"We will begin with an update in the trade war war with China which has perhaps begun the official cooling off period China's government announced that it will reduce tariffs on more than seventeen hundred US products these cuts cuts will kick in a week from tomorrow. And that's the same day. American tariffs on some Chinese products are set to be reduced as well now. There was a time when this would be just just an incremental step in the phase one deal we might even noted in passing and get onto other things but context is key. Here as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports this move comes. As China is grappling with the continuing fallout from the corona virus. The human cost of the outbreak is growing hundreds dead and tens of thousands sick when Don John Teaches economics at Iowa State University. He says the risk that China's economy might not grow as fast. This year has has markets questioning whether the virus will specifically impact China's ability to implement the US China face. One deal he said. That's part of the reason. China is reducing tariffs the stat. Bring some to certainty and shows China's willingness to continue to carry out the promises in in the face when deal the White House has expressed concern. China need to delay some parts of the deal like promised purchases of US agricultural products Joshua Meltzer services senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. He says those purchases had people scratching their heads even before the virus outbreak effectively. The deal required under under double purchases. And it's not clear how this is going to be done not just because there may not be enough market demand in China but also because us US farmers need to ramp up production. Matt slaughter is Dean of the Tuck School of business at Dartmouth that depends on just the investments they make in their seed and fertilizer closings. But the vagaries of the weather slaughter says whether China can stay on track with the phase one deal objectives will depend on just how bad the human and economic economic costs of the corona virus. TURN OUT TO BE IN WASHINGTON. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.
From 'Divas' To 'Superstars': WWE Embraces Women's Sports Revolution
"One of the most respected journalists in the history of pro wrestling and somebody who has covered every detail of the sport for the last thirty plus years. Dave Meltzer on the progression of women's wrestling in the wwe this decade and the importance of the annex t women a lot of the women in the in annex t which is kind of where the whole thing started there were The kinds of the new generation. You know I think page was was kind of an example who came up as an independent woman wrestler slur and well. She's very good looking. It was really in some ways. She started for self as a wrestler First Glamour Persons Second and Charlotte Flair was another one who came up in that year and Sasha banks and all that and so when they started having really strong matches I remember Charlotte and Sasha banks matches all over over and exterior including the one in San Jose. My in my city Vince McMahon was at that absolutely tore the house down. You know Adrian Neville and been valor that follow and could not follow that match which is amazing because those two are the best wrestlers in the world right now but the crowd was so hyper for the Charlotte. Sasha banks matching they really delivered on that night and I think that came into the exte- thing you had more and more of a groundswell of fans who saw that and wanted women wrestling no high-level women's wrestling supposed to models trying to wrestle the new wave of divas in the wwe had finally arrived but a trip to at and T.. Stadium in Texas in the spring of two thousand and sixteen would bring even more change after the break the divas get their name back. A feud for the ages and a slew of first I you're listening to the pro wrestling defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. Michael you're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday Monday through Saturday from nine. AM to noon eastern on Sirius. Xm Bite Nation Channel One fifty six or on demand with the series. XM APP taking you through the moments and superstars that defined a decade of wrestling. This is pro wrestling's defining moments of the decade back here on pro wrestling's wrestling's defining moments of the decade on Siriusxm fire nation. I'm host the bust. It Open Dave or Greco. The Davis Division was about to undergo yet. Another change changed. We've seen a lot of changes over the last two years especially with page winning the divas championship kind of sense that something big was about the happen is he. W Legend Tommy Dreamer on the turning point for the women was through social media where it was almost like give the divas a chance and that started this movement or when you saw the so cold four horse women in annex t stepping up and it was really. WWe answering the call from the fans and the girls answered the call to and you know you think about that for this past decade. It's only been a short time. But in that short time they have taken and the tradition and history of wrestling and thrown Atma garbage in her trailblazing their new paths just hours before Wrestlemainia thirty thirty two at. At and T. Stadium. Texas Stephanie McMahon informed the Divas they would now be known as WWe superstars the divas name was dead and before for the match that would steal the show at Wrestlemainia. Alleged officially kickstarted. The women's evolution abolution of women in this business is the divas revolution. They are so much more than divas here. In this ring today they are all. WWe Superstars Sodas with my great honor to let you guys know tonight. The winner of the triple threat will be the recipient of the first ever. WWE wwe women's championship.
Struggling, Dog-Walking Service Wag Puts Itself Up for Adoption
"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday for ends. How much is that dog walking service in the window and it's the question a few prospective buyers of the pet sitting company WAG asking the struggling gig worker business is up for sale dale after a rough and tumble ride over the last few years? Jason Meltzer in brothers Joshua and Jonathan Viner founded the company in two thousand fifteen as a kind of Uber Uber for dog walking the idea. Download the WAGAP. Select your location and you can hire an independent Walker for fido instant the the market for all things are pets need is growing by leaps and bounds. You might say given our willingness to invest oodles of money and man's and woman's best friend and the idea felt like a winner it had grown quickly expanding into one hundred. US cities by early last year along with rival rover Wag. Tons suppressing considerable interest from investors in January of two thousand eighteen Softbank ponied up three hundred million dollars in funding valuing. The company at six hundred fifty million by the way the rivals of both raised. Just over three hundred million with that stash of cash. Softbank Plan to help the company go global and signalled its confidence that WAG would run happily all the way to the bank. Alas that didn't happen. Rival rover turned out to be stronger. Dog In this dog eat dog fight when win diviners and MELTZER founded WAG rover had already been around for four years primarily selling dog boarding. Although the two companies didn't originally go head to head. Dog morning costs a lot more but is less frequently needed than dog. Walking the rivals have come a lot closer together. They now both offer walks. Dog Sitting and overnight stays he's at the time of the Softbank Investment Wag was growing faster than rover but it's retreated since then hardly what observers expect when a fast growing startup gets a big boost of cash cash sales had been declining and Wag holds only about twenty percent of the pet sitting market in contrast to rovers eighty percent according to the Wall Street Journal part of the trouble appears to stem from the replacement of the founders with a veteran tech leader Hillary Schneider as CEO following the Softbank Investment a CNN investigation allegation shows significant dissatisfaction with her leadership from within the company former employees. Most of whom talked off record claim that she has been disengaged with the business they also say marketing dollars instead of growing actually shrunk after the investment the viner brothers are no longer associated with wag. They founded another another venture a scooter company called wheels both wag and rover have suffered from the problems dealing with real live unpredictable customers with four legs. There's some of whom run away in wags case a handful of pups have either died or been abused according to news reports over the years former employees told CNN an end that wags struggled to put in place procedures to ensure dogs safety. Obviously a huge problem for customers seeking to entrust their furry loved ones to strangers beset by problems wags suffered a series of layoffs. Still it inked. Partnership with PETCO. A few months ago on Pecos website customers can sign up for dog boarding services through WAG. PETCO may take a bid for the troubled company according to recode wag had approached its rival rover but rover fail to bite at a possible possible sale. The online publication reported more broadly wags problems are one more indication of structural weakness in Gig
"meltzer" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"The from banner rules to what's up guys welcome back to Shenanigans I am in town for a few weeks which is weird because I've been gone so much so I have a lot of things that I want to talk to you guys about I have a new co host here for today my friend Jamie who has been on all of my travels recently which we're going to get into a little bit and then I yes and then I have an amazing guest who was friend of Hers Sir David Meltzer Right on radio amazing thanks for having me in here things are being here so Jamie talking about having you on the show for a while I was like okay well you have to co host with me obviously because you know him I'm so honored to for this to be my first one to be here with you because I just I was telling China that I just think you have so much valuable information and your podcast is amazing I listened to it all the time but I can only assume that your audience is different than hers in and I just love the idea of blending these two different demographics really and providing that same value that you've provided to me to Oliver listeners so I'm very sided yeah and I feel like I've been kind of in a slightly like discouraged place recently so I felt that this would be a good perk-up being as your friends red and my legs so I listen to y'all's podcast last night I didn't I was very just like motivating and there were just so many things that you guys said when I had him here it was probably like three months ago it was one of my favorite shows ever done and I've done probably I don't know seventy podcast for by now so I was really excited to get you in here and it's funny when I was listening to there was some thing that you told him on the podcast that he told me on mine and it was.
"meltzer" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"It's been a great pleasure. People can find your new book online online by looking for game time decision making and your website Dave Meltzer Dot Com. ME L. T. Z. Are anywhere else they should go at. David Meltzer David Meltzer on Youtube David Meltzer on Lincoln so <hes> you know you can use D. melts dot com too so I'm trying to get away from. There's that marketing side hi that David David David Meltzer's for the book yeah so the other day by your websites. Dave switched it to D- Meltzer The guy who owns David Meltzer Melchor when give it to me man that guy or go do some energetic forgiveness exactly right here the power and so you guys has can't see them on the screen. <hes> just did a mood from practice for <hes> forget it. It's been a great great pleasure to chat with you again and I think last time we chatted was actually the unstoppable gala to raise money for girls in Africa which is all thank you for that work as well. If you're listening to this and you're excited about that idea what would happen if there were schools for girls in villages where they're never have been schools for girls before <hes> well. It turns out. That's a big charity thing <hes> that you can do and it's called the unstoppable foundation and I'm I'm a supporter uh-huh doing forty years is then things for auction at that <hes> and David runs it so that's another place to go if if that just peaks your charitable interest a long-term investment investment but it's worth doing as well thank you if you liked today's episode you know what to do. Go out there and read game time decision making or maybe just sleep better or have gratitude practice or any of the other things that actually don't require you to put butter in your coffee but frankly you might. WanNa do that to you. Just you don't have to you probably noticed that I mentioned a lot of new biohacking anti-aging gene technology's on the show and they love it that get to see share almost every new thing that comes out and some of the companies that I've talked about really upgraded my life and I walk the talk by pardoning bring with investing in some of the companies that I really love bulletproof. Radio was created in his hosted by Dave asprey. The executive producer is Selena Pica cheer and the podcast assistant is is Bev Hamson research is provided by Darcy himes and all technical aspects are handled by
"meltzer" Discussed on Advanced Selling Podcast
"Today's episode Brian Shuts me out of a discussion but he has Craig Conversation with David Meltzer who you'll recognize. I think as soon as you hear him him. Brian tells the story of how they came to a hotel and did a recording that you're going to hear on this week's podcast. Hey welcome back to the advanced selling podcast longest running sales training podcast podcasts history. I'm I'm one of your host bill. Caskey Brian is absent but he was on assignment about a week ago and he had a chance to catch up with author David Meltzer and if you don't know who gave it is Brian gives you a quick rundown of who he is and what he does right now. He's really an interesting guy. He's got some tips for sales professionals channels. He tells his story about how he was very successful in sales but Canada on the wrong things on his way to success and how he's changed his life around and some of what he recommends for our listening audience so Brian had a chance to catch up with them they turned on the mics and the MIC quality is very much up to to my standards so I'm very proud of both he and David and they had an audio engineering team. I think to the background so I really do think you'll enjoy this episode David.
"meltzer" Discussed on Kickass News
"I'm Marie Curie and I am Walt Disney and today Brad returns to the show to talk about the qualities he looks for and heroes for his children and he also reveals feels who is own childhood heroes were. He says he puts just as much historical research into his children's book says he does into his best selling political thrillers and he explains and why it's important to show that even famous historical figures started out somewhere and had role models of their very own. Brad discusses why his illustrator Christopher for Elliot opelousas draws characters like Einstein and George Washington as children instead of adults. He talks about the new. PBS TV series based on his books and how it's it's a dream come true for a man who grew up on Mr Rogers and sesame street less why Brad's ordinary people change the world books received a surprising bump in sales during the two thousand sixteen election and Brad teases his next offering for his grown-up readers a follow up to his bestselling thriller the escape artist coming coming up with Brad Meltzer in just a moment the Brad Meltzer is the author of bestselling suspense novels.
U.S. blames Iran for Saudi oil attack
"Of state mike pompeo blamed iran for the coordinated strikes to the the heart of saudi arabia's oil industry saying the marked an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply strike shut down half of the kingdom's is crude production and so obviously that's that's why prices are going up right now
Game-Time Decision Making with David Meltzer
"David say what's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know most people don't know that i asked my wife in sixth grade camp to go steady with me the through a friend and which caused her literally like through an got her when she said no that caused her to stay away from me until late in my twenties when when i finally had the opportunity to ask for forgiveness and that that one incident don't change my life because out of anyone in my entire life and i've lived in extraordinary story life of relationship capital <hes> that one person oh my god. I always think of i didn't do that. What would what what would by life be like because that woman women has saved my life and is discussed the cornerstone of everything i do. I guess is just a lot of truth to not how you start the race. It's how you finish finish the race. David and i think you finish the race in first place there. If there's a higher place the natty means my wife knows that's true so distant extraordinary extraordinary person. I say that you know people tell you that there's a great woman behind every man great man in the in the old days and i say the opposite opposite. There's a <unk> unbelievable spouse in front of every successful person pulling them along not standing behind well. That's awesome awesome and fire nation as i said in the intro. We're talking about gametime decision. Making what are we talking about a lot of cool things with david today but let's just start off with this. You know a lot of people make poor decisions. They make good decisions but the question is are we making these decisions based on on a wrong assumption so break that down force david i blessed i beat some really good decisions in my life and then i started realizing you know what i make really good decisions and it's just a matter of how much stable data my working off of and where does that stable data come from. I don't think anyone really makes bad decisions. Asians they made poor assumptions and those assumptions can be deadly than but. I think that if we're more interested than interesting if we asked for mentorship and help that's a typically we can actually derive our decisions from good assumptions and you know people say will come on man like when someone decides to rob something or you know to break the law whatever they're actually making an assumption right. They're making a risk assessment and mitigating that risk through the assumption. You won't get caught or there's all these assumptions that are made and those can be prohibited. I mean literally can be changed so i don't look to my decisions visions. I always look at the data that is in front of me before i make that decision an extra step but it causes great success in my life okay so so you kinda gave an example with breaking the law or whatever that might be but let's talk about like a real specific story or a real specific example of either making arawa assumption or right assumption. How do you wanna go with this but let's go with a real story here. Oh i got a huge one so my entire life literally since the time. I graduated a law school. I've been able to attract money. I have an unconscious competency to making money and through that i started assuming that i could make great financial decisions for myself without any help <hes> beyond that i owned over one hundred million dollars in my portfolio and i made one in data solution. I thought i owned a golf courses ski mountain thirty three homes. I had gone through a lot of my liquidity a lawsuit to try to prove that i was right of things going on but i made those decisions based on the fact that i had all this equity in properties like my golf course in my ski mountain outten and that at any time i go to private bank and borrow against the equity that i had and so when i needed a quick five million dollars float i went to my private bank assuming they would say oh my gosh you have so much equity of so much with the bank. That's not going to be a problem that you borrow. Just you know secure with one one of your assets. Meanwhile the bank was going on her. It was two thousand eight and they weren't willing to extend credit in fact other. Institutions weren't willing to to give me that credit either because there was no more stated income. They're a bunch of variety of things that i could have avoided if i just ask for help if i would have been more interested than interesting. Meanwhile people will ask me all the time how the heck does a kid who grows up with nothing is a millionaire nine months out of law school a multimillionaire by thirty lose over a hundred million dollars won battles option one batson one reality in life and i can tell you i've experienced this case experience this. I'm sure you have as well but if you're listening to this as well fire nation you know this people love giving advice. They love forgiving input. They love a giving their opinions. What is your best advice for the handle this input advice from others david. I take advice like a handful of sand so i do. I am appreciative. If anyone gives me their advice i know that they care about about being some way and so i have to be appreciative of the fact that they care about me enough to to help me with what they think i should do but what i have learned is most advice right in even if it comes from people who love and care about us doesn't mean it's good advice just because someone loves you and cares for example my mom tom. When i got a law school i got a great job offer being an oil and gas litigator out of law school but i also got a job offer to sell legal research on the new founded the internet the online and i went to my trusted adviser to aspirin by not even giving me but i asked for it and my mom literally told me that i had to be a real lawyer because because the internet was gonna be a fad and that time when i realized that nobody loves me more than my mom. Nobody cares about me more than my mom but a handful of sand. I was gonna let that grain of advice fall through my hand. Tell my mother thank you and you know. I am never more grateful to think that the internet was not a fad and that's what was the impetus in catalyst for me. Making my first million dollars is being in the right industry with an extraordinary opportunity and so i tell people all the time this let the advice go through thanked people for their advice but make sure that you're making your decisions based off at advice from people who <unk> who sit in the position or have the experience or knowledge that you want so for example. I have a plan when the market dumps again it does it goes up. It goes down. I'm gonna spend all my time getting in front of warren buffett and telling him hey warren. I have thirty million dollars saved. What should i buy rightly. Why should i why should i take all the time. That guy sits in the situation. I want to be ninety years ninety years of analyzing stuff for sixteen hours a day. Why not just go up to him and say dude. This is how much money i have. What should i buy. That's all i'm gonna do what should i invest in and he's gonna and literally if i have to pay one hundred grand get in front of them for five minutes and donated to charity. It'll be the best one hundred grand i've ever spent because he's going to tell me exactly what to do with my money and i will be way more accessible than i tried to figure it out myself. There's so much wisdom here fire nation link for instance. I can tell you that it was pretty recently. I'm going to name names for reasons that are about to be obvious but you know i was sitting down having a conversation with somebody and they were telling me how disciplined they were and how they feel like i could be more or discipline as a human being and i'm sitting there looking at this person and they're a good eighty to a hundred pounds overweight and so i'm thinking to myself this person is talking about how this when they are but they obviously can't just enough to be right or to exercise every single day or at least multiple times per week like why would i ever listen to any advices. He says individuals giving for those reasons just like david said with mentors fire nation. Don't take advice from people that aren't experts the top of the field in the areas that you're getting advice from when i want to start a podcast guess what richard branson although he's an amazing entrepreneur would have been horrible person to give me advice because i wasn't starting in airline company or a record company so i hired a mentor who had a successful business podcast in that mentor taught me you how to create a successful business podcasts. That is the key when you're arguing advice from people. That's how you wanna be filtering through and again always be looking at individual. Did you give me the environment saying okay. They probably care about me. You know they're giving me input to give me advice but let's dig a little deeper here. Let's think about this. I is this the right person person to be giving me this advice and oftentimes the answer is no now david one thing that's just reality. We all make mistakes. Were human beings is going to happen so break it down for us how we can recover from these inevitable mistakes in give back to our center. I think people have the wrong word when they say mistakes because i have another word that i look at that starts with an m. i. Which is miracle right so my my perspective of mistakes things things how i define a mistake is important because i think everyone should define it this way. A mistake is things that happen that i didn't think would happen right right or didn't go the way that i wanted to happen. That's a mistake. I perceive this and this was an what occurred. Oh my gosh that's mistake. No it's not it's a miracle and when it becomes a miracle is from the lessons that we learn from that which happened that we didn't anticipate or expect and so for me. I'm i'm i encourage people. I actually give an award in my company called the dummy tax awards and the dummy tax award is we go around and everybody talks about the mistake in their the perception that miracle that happened in their life and why it happened and how it affected the business we then i give a bonus those people who made the biggest in most invaluable i should say mistake or miracle and when i shift people's perspective into a different m-word into a miracle where they look at all the activity that they've had in the things that happened that they don't anticipate or expect otherwise people defined as mistakes. I just make a quantum shift in their life and say look. Why don't you i find that as a miracle. This just occurred and i had no expectation of it occurring. Why do i have to put a negative connotation onto it. Instead of for example my bankruptcy was was the greatest miracle of my life. It made every relationship in my life stronger it saved my life got me to stop abusing myself with alcohol and drugs and bad had people around me and bad ideas. It refocused me and take stock and who i was the biggest miracle. miracle. My like everyone around me was like dude. That's the biggest mistake i've ever heard. You lost over one hundred million dollars. No it's a miracle because i make more money i help more people in have more fun than ever had in my entire life and and i've used mentors the get there in even more efficient effective in statistically successful way fire nation perception is everything and speaking of perception. This is reality. I like to use the word time. Travelers were always travelling in time fire nation. We're be moaning the past or we're wishing being you know for the past. I love to say like my best four years of my life or in college. I wish i was back in college now or just like scared of the future or we're just like really excited for the future so we're just thinking about that that that so few of us are living in the present. We don't time travelers where he's in the past or in the future. There were never just here today in the presence. How can we solve that. How can we focus on the present david i do. I pay attention to time right. Having time is essential i separate time to to construct the manmade constructive twenty four hours and so if i'm looking and studying my time studying my calendar under which is what the host of platform of time is. I'm looking at it with a lens of productivity inaccessibility. How much value can i provide how accessible am m._i._t. Others as well as how am i access thing what i want and then the second time frame that i look at infinity and i look at the construct of infinity entity timing infinite as i am not capable of a human being a grasping how infinite time is let me explain that in a real brief way. I don't think people understand or core even comprehend that if there's billions of years that our lifetime is a blink and that beyond that had ten years of the blink and beyond that one years a blink beyond that this month is a blink one week is a blink let alone one day one hour one minute but yet we get so caught up in the man made concept of time that we're creating our decisions and assumptions based upon a timeframe that the man made construct not in the infinite time time that's why we see mistakes instead of miracles because if we could unravel not just this lifetime but multiple lifetimes we could see me a fact that <unk> different decisions in actions in some people may development as karma has occurred even though we don't have a direct effect and so like a puzzle if we we stay present in appreciate the piece of puzzle. That's in front of us today the president. We don't need to know how fits into this beautiful picture. How many times do we look at something. That's happening in the present and say oh my god. This is horrible. Oh my gosh this is great but when the puzzle piece finally fits into the big picture are we have an exact understanding of why in what that piece of puzzle in the purpose in profitability or passion of that puzzle all fits in perfectly and you're you're just wasting time and energy if you don't understand the two platforms constructs of time and one more thing about the man made construct people like to make money and i'm a huge capitalist compassionate capitalist but i always tell them. There is no such thing as work. You told me perception is everything. I agree. Why can't we just look at things. Activities activities right activity we get paid for an activity. We don't get paid for and if we look at that activity most people nor the greatest activity that you do every day especially see where we mature the unconscious and subconscious
"meltzer" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Attraction how deeply it resonates with people how my impacting them and luckily we have so many different mediums in which we communicate ah the feedback is extraordinary in so many times. I'll put something up there. He's digital marketers. You know they're like oh. You'll give me a hundred grand a month. You know twenty percents <unk> triple this and this truth is this. I put everything up there and watch the see. What resonates what people think how clear it is a lot of times. I'll put something up and they don't get what i talk about it all we'll. I'm not going to spend money against that to try to market to people if it doesn't have the right force or signallers spectrum or clarity then under stuff that i kind of put up. They're not really sure of like all of a sudden. I'll get fifteen hundred people on my god. This changed my life. This is genius and i'm thinking genius. That's ten years ago for me. You know what you mean. Be more. You like be more interested than interesting. I was teaching that oh you like to say thank you my goodness. I'll put it but it's true so i i think it's just a matter of lessons and then we can maximize the opportunity by the lessons that we've learned and those who can learn quicker those who can maximize make the the right decisions based off of the lessons that they learned the truth. Base consciousness will really reap more manifest more or accurately and more rapidly than anyone else and i. I don't think you can argue that. That makes perfect sense to me. I just think the most people go from activity activity to product to project to task whatever it is doing without giving it a second thought as to what lesson they're learning which is why they find themselves perpetually stuck in the same place. They've always been they. They don't have any margin elevate elevate themselves and if you don't have a repository at arsenal lessons stories you're missing the boat every day. I'm trying their best as i can some way to reposited the lessons that i've learned either from your writing books speaking coaching doing my podcast doing business development meetings whatever it may be or things that i come into contact with my mentors the podcast i listened to the books that i read the speeches that i go to the conversations that i have training interns and employees louise the other daily activities within the context of my family of being a father husband in his son. Whatever may be i'm constantly trying to codify ov fire reposited those lessons because remember one of the basis of everything i know is we are going to get every lesson that we learned but i wanna make sure that because they have the capability remember embry system of gaining access to that lesson will day. This has been very powerful. It's i i will admittedly say it. It went in a completely different direction than i thought it would but i also believe that it was very powerful and this is a lesson in a conversation that needed to be had so. I really appreciate your insight on it. Thank you and that's pretty much the norm for dave meltzer golden a different direction than people think that unexpected nature is is a good thing. I do want to ask you a couple of questions wind down. The first one is what does it mean to be. A man. I believe man is a subset of human and <hes>. I base my focus. On what differences do i have in humanity as a man as a subset of humanity and what is my responsibility he with gratitude empty accountability inspiration as a man a subset of humanity <hes> in my place in part of being connected to everything and everyone in recognizing that you know the embodiment of man is different than that of the rest of humanity and how can i help accelerate all humanity with the aspects of the chemistry the biology the bodyman of being a man. How can i be an empowerment to all humanity not just man. I liked that. I liked that a lot. I like how you're talking about. Being a subset of humanity in using your biological gifts blessings whatever you wanna call on evolution to lift everybody up. That's that's excellent dave. How do we connect with you. How do we learn more about what you're up to and of course pick up a copy of the book game sometime decision making data. If you remember the name david meltzer <hes> you can reach me so google at david meltzer david meltzer on youtube blinken by website though is by first.
Max Scherzer pitching with broken nose, massive black eye
"So the NATs win the first game of the day, obviously par was spectacular. What the multiple hates including a home run that you just heard. We'll now there's another game tonight. And here's what's amazing about this game match. Sure last night. Right. It was raining, but they still wasn't raining hard enough where they couldn't go out and get some batting practice in before they can't the game. So sure there was practicing bunting in a drill last night. And he bunted and the ball deflected off his bat and hit him in the face when he was trying to lay down a practice on he broke his nose, max Scherzer pitching tonight. Max Scherzer I'm pretty sure as does this game started. Let me just get in front of me there in the middle of the second shows already been in this game. Right. He started the game with a broken nose. You talk about a pitcher. That's tough max Scherzer through two innings so four one strikeout. Sure, she's been great all the talk about whether or not he could possibly be traded while he's pitching with a broken nose tonight. So a lot of respect to Mexico. Don't say baseball, players aren't tough. Be honest with me if you would have broken Yunos yesterday, would you be today? We would we be doing the show right now? probably channel michaud chance i wouldn't be here if i broke my nose yesterday you look at his face i mean i mean he literally he he's left eye is just in dented in all black it looks like i mean what it looks like it looks like a black hole over his blue eye and he's got the multi is he's got one blue eye one greenish i but i mean he's even more intimidating now than he was when he had the two multicolor is i mean tweet out a picture on the show account our insurance jake meltzer at jake azman show if you wanna see what we're talking about with next year's face i mean the tweets in themselves with people coming up with different masks and stuff that he was going to be wearing i saw someone photoshop them on what lebron were a couple years rallied so a lot of respect to max shire's for going out there and breaking his nose yesterday and then taken the
Patriots seeking new general manager
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"meltzer" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"A minute to go back one episode and take a listen, no matter what side of the aisle, you're on. I really don't believe there is any scenario in which stronger family values or a promotion of family. Life is a bad thing. Our children need us, and we need to lead them. And we need to do it with our. Actions. And not our words, I would love to see the results of Hollywood decided just for one year that every movie they made they would ban gun violence and promote family values. What effect might that have on our culture? I would love to see the Hollywood elite stand up and say, no more will we promote gun violence. We say, no, we are no longer going to profit from promoting gun violence. How might that change the society? But when I say things like that that typical responses movies can't make anybody shoot someone or movies or just entertainment, and they don't influence violence in any way, and I strongly disagree with that. Because I know many people have been inspired by movies, like say rocky to become a boxer. I've heard of veterans who have joined the military because of movies like Black Hawk Down. I'm not against movies. But I don't think you can have it both ways you can't provide so much negative content. And then be alarmed or surprised when there are negative results in the society, in my opinion, movies media video games. These are all huge megaphones to transmit a message to a large audience of our kids. And I just think we could be making far. Better usage of those tools to instill a greater message of faith Volve and family. All right enough about that for right now on the other side of the spot is a man who had it all lost it and found his way back on top by helping other people David Meltzer will be here with me right after the spot on Alec lace. And you're listening to first class fatherhood..
"meltzer" Discussed on Short Story Long
"Dave Meltzer is the CEO that travels the world helping people, and I don't know what it was drama. I, I cried for the first time instead of like this, you know, humility like resistance to please don't list off all the awards and things that I do it was it hit home. I was reaching my potential, right? Like that's what people that legacy for me. If they know, hey, you know, that seal who used to travel around helping people, which is the anomaly of the book. I wrote compassionate capitalism, like I am a CEO. I like to create abundance and make a ton of money. Tell people. Yeah, and I'm gonna have a ton of fun doing it. You and I are not boring. That's part of being Akron, his well, true. That love it. I related to it a lot, and I think that's obviously all these pocket. We both do a lot of other people's podcast, do our own whatever. And the question of happiness always comes up. And so it's something you naturally like always ponder. But for me, I just really connect to it being something to grow towards and feeling like you grew towards it a little bit every day. Yeah, pursuit. Let me ask you this. If you could go back in time. Back to good old Akron. Once again, I I wanted again, like you've explored all of these different things. Is there anything that you would tell yourself as a kid to take any of the pointless worry and whatever off of that? Yeah, two words, they still sit on my nights then radical humility. Yep. Like you even today, people told me about an annoying man about big things ahead for me and you'll put that type of pressure. And to me, I was somebody would have said, hey, man, you know, and just ask for help. Yeah, just ask for help the whole way the elect leverage. Let people share with you in in in exceleron what the blessings are that you've been given at a young age? I wish somebody would have just remind me that humility is the power, not projecting my insecurity. I wasted so much energy trying to prove myself to everyone else. Yeah. And instead of just being happy with myself, when I truly shifted to be. I'm happy myself. And I mean, I literally, I wake up every morning, I hurried work. I leave here hurry back to the office. And then from there I'm going to hurry home right hers excited to excite and and I love who I am. I'm not perfect, right. I if I could, I put hypocritically still even though every single thing I talk about, I'm on the pursuit of, I don't do it one hundred percent of the time if anyone thinks I'm walking the streets of Calcutta, somehow giving away everything. I am not one that I don't get mad at my seventeen year old daughter when she's not home at four in the morning, you know, oh, he's Buddha, I'm mad, Buddha, it's just how quickly I could go back then boot. I am the Judah Buddha meeting dad. I'm human. Yeah, but I love myself and and the more that I learn, I really wanna love myself more because I can't give what I don't have and the more love myself. The more I can love you. The more forgive myself, the more I forgive you all the things more money. I have the more I can give. To you. Yeah, all seems right to me. Okay. Last one where do people? I'm guessing a lot of people are listen to this and they're like, holy shit. I wanna know about the the wanting in the doing and the having. What did he say about the, you know, right on where do they find more get more Instagram's my strongest. Like you're so at David Meltzer. Yeah, and I always tell people to easiest way 'cause I'm on all the platforms varying degrees of popularity, but just Google David, Meltzer and I'm blessed to have a really strong SEO the only other strong Dave Meltzer passed away a couple years ago. He's a beatnik poet. Yeah, but Dave Meltzer is a famous wrestling. I got if you, if you Google David Meltzer, you'll find all my stuff, Dave. I share with the wrestling guy. Yeah. He's a reporter like fifty, six, good guy. I know him, but yes. So David Meltzer Google, David mill, so they'll be able to find all the books all the everything. Yeah..
"meltzer" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"We're here in san francisco the home of dave meltzer somewhat as for the first time ever i want to actually hear talk to you about you yeah no one's ever done that before that blows my mind that no one's ever done that before so crazy because i mean we've talked many times we've it's almost kind of like a series that we've been doing we started with ben while than we did pill men we've got a plan to do a bunch of other ones which i think is going to be really cool but that's what i was thinking about that we're hearing person actually want to find the story of dave right you know like how kind of you became the goto guy for you know wrestling and reviews and all that sort of stuff yeah i don't even know but it's interesting directions you know what i mean sure it's like it's like i was thinking about on the way up here because you you know i'll be heard you many times said that when you were kid you wanted to be a a rockstar wrestler and i wanted to be a sports writer but it was never i mean at the time there was no such thing as wrestling writing so it was really not something it was like as a kid i'm gonna i'm gonna be wrestling writer i was going to be a sports writer and somehow i lucked into wrestling you know i found a niche and i mean that's kind of the weird thing you've become kind of legendary now at this point so i like the big thing was you know earlier in the year when it had the match kenya megan was like stars the meltzer five stars and like i never thought about it before like i must have had a five metre whatever's christine won the ladder match yeah i guess i because when someone said like the first time i go i know i know and i went back and i was born three quarters and that's how i remembered it yeah well but you know even like the maybe the the raw match with being benway versus triple h in st steve metropol time this crazy right but i don't know i guess maybe some those who don't rate the tv max i don't think i did just the papers but my point being is that it's become like if you can get the five stars it's amazing thing that you can get it really have become like this guy that you're the wise guy in the corner of five star stars three stars would scare it's funny because at at pwg you know where where you've got like the whole audiences is it's just a different audience yeah all hardcore hardcore so there was a match and it was it was the young bucks and adam cole against ricky shea will spray and matt site owns phenomenal mash was probably the best tag match that i've seen live in ten fifteen years and and when it was over the whole place channing five star match which which has been done in other places but never with me there oh so everyone's looking at me and it's just like i was thinking so i'm thinking it's like an match was phenomenal i was thinking like i would like do something and there'd be like a pop and i'm not a performer oh i just wouldn't talk to anyone everyone's going what are you gonna do when you can do and you go upside when i get home decided it's kind of almost like game of thrones or you're the king and you give the nod of like five stars you would have got the biggest pop of the night i was thinking that it but but it's like i don't wanna be performer i don't want anyone day especially in receipt of where everybody knows me is it hard for you to go to shows in that situation no because i don't really worry about it at all now to get bothered like your celebrity yourself and a lot of when it first started going to pwg and if i go to it's funny it depends on it depends on the show like if i go to certain shows will be mobbed and if i.
"meltzer" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"So do that good i'm sure you probably said it prettier and i probably said it prettier the first time you did i can tell you just fired up right now because i said his name early but i feel like we should clarify in your opinion what you said or what you meant to say was someone else not they've meltzer called and said that dave meltzer had called them to shop a story and then that person told vince mcmahon who told it to you so you heard it from vince who heard it from a media source who claimed that dave meltzer had something but it might not have ever been dave meltzer or anyone who's ever met dave meltzer but by the time the story got to you it was definitely dave meltzer so this is the rumor and innuendo that we address here no one ever said that dave meltzer had this story or that he was shopping this story it's that someone said that they've meltzer head this story when shopping this story right right and that there was this big expose and they were utilizing his name because he likes to claim that he's the wrestling expert what he really is is the wrestling gossip monger in king of the rumor and innuendo and falsehoods well let's not get too crazy well just being factual okay let's talk about something else factual the million dollar man episode just aired on something else to wrestle with on the wwe network one of my favorite episodes that we ever did here because we got that wonderful story about not only vince mcmahon's personal cape collection.
"meltzer" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Dave meltzer it sounded like dave meltzer so the day of the cut the f words out so i guess you know they sort of got the f outback three and maybe too i feel like now they took the f out maybe there should be a shirt over richard dot com maybe it should and what you know what at the same time let let's let's examine the whole thing the video is going to improve folks it was the first time out we were really rushing to get this out so the week make the deadline by wednesday and there are still a lot of things and they came to me and they look on the f word we are family friendly kids can download this and it's something that conrad i have talked about on this show to try and curb our language a little bit to be a little bit friendlier sometimes and we said you know what the fuck so we're trying we're even trying on this show so we said okay and we're working with them but you have to thank w w i think they've done a great job and they've been working with us terrifically thus far to work with us and make this thing a reality that we thought would never ever happen in a million years and it is a reality and so i guess we should say to you know i don't think there's an issue with us using that language on the network i just think maybe they didn't want to debut it and the first impression anybody gets us as motherfucker motherfucker motherfucker so it could happen it could ease in there if you if you really passionate about us not bleeping the effort because let me be clear we're still going to say fuck on that fucking show they're just gonna blanket and so what bruce i suggested we actually freaked out this that day and maybe we're gonna win them over hey if you're gonna have to take the word out at least bape us so we feel like you know we're authentic but i don't think it's going to impede the enjoyment of the show at least it doesn't to me i mean i guess we need a figure out what that f stands for for fdm now is that far on dave meltzer forget dave meltzer that's what.
"meltzer" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"With cobos dan body sit around people town hey townies welcome to another episode of people happy lacing you population meltzer oh baby this is a great episode this has been one that's on the calendar that i've been looking forward to not just because i'm a fan of his notch just because of read every single one of his books and abbas books for my kids but because he is an old friend of ours from college brad meltzer welcome to the show brad can i tell you that the best part of doing the show is of course seeing you but it's that the publicist for my book publisher put on the schedule that this is called dumb people in town that is single handily and i was people could also be named for the show it's also like a sesame street bit right it just sounds a little happy people in your neighborhood better dumb are the dump statement i should think before what i do i should think old statement will dim in kirks with us i'm so happier here i just love brad you you just get it you're you're on the tour for your new book and we'll talk about it in a little bit but he escape artist you are you're in it as much as we were we were promoting the poop documentary which people can still get on i tunes and amazon but we were out in the mix doing that and you're like you get into this pattern of like all right i know my sound i know what i'm going to say but then you come and again i mean our friendship goes so deep in and lasts over twenty twenty five years almost at this point more more more more than twenty five years no it's it's i'm gonna tell you it's twenty eight years twenty eight years i mean that's you know and again we were college because this is the one i'm i've three more cities right i have this one in two more this is the entire interview i'm waiting the entire time for it because it's when you coming when you do stuff with your friends.